Are you feeling like you’d love to reduce your grocery bill but you’re overwhelmed at where to start? Do you wish an experienced couponer could come to your house and walk you through all the steps to seeing significant savings?
Grocery University by Carrie Isaac is exactly what you need! In simple, straightforward and short step-by-step chapters, Carrie will teach you all the basics to saving money with coupons, how to get the best bang for your buck and how to do it in an organized and streamlined manner.
I listened to the Grocery University course and went through the course manual and was very impressed with how well-done and comprehensive it was. I’d highly recommend it for beginners or those of you who have been trying to clip coupons but feel you spinning their wheels and getting no traction in actually reducing your grocery bill.
Grocery University includes 19 audio MP3 files and a 40+ page printable student workbook. Plus, it includes a bonus 10-page Rock Bottom Price Database. Through Sunday evening (November 28, 2010), you can get the whole course for only $9.95 when you use coupon code MONEYSAVINGMOM at checkout.
Or, you can wait a day and get it for as low as $5! Yes, Carrie’s doing a huge sale on Cyber Monday (November 29, 2010) and the price for the whole series (2 hours and 19 minutes of audio, 40-page workbook, and the Rock Bottom Price List) will start out at just $5!
Notice I said “start out” at $5? That low, low price of $5 is only available from 12:00 a.m. to 6 a.m. After that, the price goes up by $1 every hour. I’ll be sure and remind you early Monday morning, in case you forget. And I’d also recommend that you mark it on your calendar since it’s going to be a busy weekend for most of us!
But you know what’s even better than the crazy-low price of $5 for this course? Well, 10 people are going to get the entire Grocery University course for free. Because Carrie’s agreed to give away 10 courses to my readers this week. Just click on the button below and enter to win. This giveaway ends Thursday, November 25, 2010 at 11:59 p.m. and the winners will be announced this weekend.
Please note that this course is primarily about using coupons to save on your grocery budget, though Carrie does talk about menu-planning based upon what’s on sale at the store. If you eat only whole foods and make most of your cleaning and household products and don’t use coupons at all, you’re likely not going to be able to implement very much of what the course includes. I’d love to see Carrie produce a second course which delves into savings strategies without clipping coupons!